My friend and I went to see the exhibition at the Turner Gallery and were a little disappointed. We visited the café first for a drink and something to eat. This was very good. We had the home made soup of the day with a scone and we had not tasted better. Also it was very good value for money.
On entering the gallery we were impressed by the spaciousness of the place. The exhibition was on the first floor and there was a lift, that was also impressive as it was so large it could hold 100 people. The art portrayed there was far too modern for our taste. I just could not understand why anyone could think that a piece of white canvas with some white lines on could be called art. There were only a few pieces that (in our minds) were worth looking at. On the ground floor there was a shop. This looked very nice with a few usual touristy items. There was some lovely china but the price was totally out of reach of the normal tourist. You would need to be a millionaire to buy them. Disabled access was very good with a large, gradual slope to the entrance. Overall the building was large, roomy but there was (in our opinion) an enormous waste of space.
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